The successor to Samsung's Windows tablet is the Samsung Galaxy Book 2, which has a new friend, the Qualcomm processor. The two companies made presentations during an in-depth panel discussion in New York City.
Of course Galaxy Book 2 is a LTE connection via modem on a chip or SoC in Qualcomm's Snapdragon 850 system. But another key point of this 2-in-1 tablet is that the essential stylus and keyboard cover accessories are in the box.
The full box will cost $ 999 (£ 757, AU $ 1,399) on November 2 at AT & T, Microsoft and the Samsung Online Store. The tablet will be available immediately at AT & T, Sprint and Verizon stores later this month. Of course, if you want these connections, you need a data plan for one of these carriers.
This is an incredibly impressive price, given that it appears to be available only as paper if it contains an important accessory.
19659005] Galaxy Book 2 swims with the birds.
The previous iterations of the Galaxy Book or Samsung Windows Tablet do not tend to follow the stand instead of the pattern that relies more on the keyboard depending on the various modes of use. Galaxy Book 2 now dominates the overwhelming majority of designs.
Although the look and feel of the Galaxy Book 2 may be somewhat unique, it would have been a worthwhile decision to comment on it.
You can see the speed and feed of the tablet as well as the Qualcomm Snapdragon 850 SoC backed up with 4GB of memory and 128GB of solid state storage. All this is behind a 12-inch Super AMOLED display with 2,160 x 1,440 pixel resolution.
Samsung and Qualcomm promise up to 20 hours of battery life on their tablet. However, this number was obtained using the S mode Windows 10 that came with the tablet.
On the outside, the tablet uses two USB-C 3.1 ports, a microSD card reader, and a headphone jack.
Of course, Qualcomm is having trouble getting started with its computing platform. So the whole review will tell you whether this is a product that changes the surrounding environment.
This is the best laptop in the world.